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Any fix for the BIOS Screen flashing twice before booting up on the Z68 PRo?
Is it because you get information about your disks, etc. configuration? Then this is probably the solution

Edited by hmar - 10/20/11 at 1:59am
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post #4452 of 9343
Does Intel Burn Test work just as good as Prime95?

I recently ran prime95 for 12 hours to see if i could get it stable at 4.8ghz. It passed.

But now i want to see if i can go higher and dont want to leave my comp on for another 12hours while on prime95.

So I tried Intel burn test for 20 passes at standard at 4.9ghz and it also passed. Is standard ok for memory or do i have to put it on maximum(im not overclocking my memory)?

Does this mean it's stable? Temps were pretty much the same on Prime95 and Intel burn.


Edited by Julez007 - 10/20/11 at 12:47am
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Any fix for the BIOS Screen flashing twice before booting up on the Z68 PRo?
Yes, actually: disable the Marvell Storage Controller in Advanced > Onboard Devices Configuration. You may need to disable the JMB Storage Controller too, but wait and see first.
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Hey all,

Just built a new PC, and as it's been a while since I last did it I'm sure that there's a silly answer to this one.

My problem is I don't have any control over the CPU_Fan on my P8Z68 Pro - it's running at 2000 rpm no matter what I do. I'm running a Corsair A70, and have both fans plugged into the CPU_Fan header via a 3 pin splitter.

So far the following has had no effect:
Changing the CPU_Fan profile in BIOS
Changing the CPU_Fan profile in AI suite
Using a User profile in AI suite
Using Speedfan

I've just flashed the BIOS to 0801 which I thought might have worked - but nope, still no control over the CPU fan speed.

Thanks in advance for any help.
    
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In order to have a "dynamic" CPU-Fan active you'll need to use 4 Pins Fans I'm afraid.
With 3 Pins Fans it will run at full speed whatever the settings.
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Hmpf, so the P8Z68 doesn't allow CPU fan speed changes through voltage regulation?

Not sure whether I'm more disappointed with the mobo, or whenther I blame the Corsair cooler for not being PWM regulated...
    
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Hmpf, so the P8Z68 doesn't allow CPU fan speed changes through voltage regulation?

Not sure whether I'm more disappointed with the mobo, or whenther I blame the Corsair cooler for not being PWM regulated...
have you fitted the low speed adapter's if am right in saying you should be able adjust the speed from 20000rpm to 16000 rpm by using these.
or you could use an third party fan controler (may be)
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Can someone ITT help me with this?

http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...d-drivers.html

Thanks.
I ran Prime95 again overnight and it bluescreened so I think I fixed the problem (unstable overclock, most likely just got lucky the first time).

EDIT: Okay no, it just happened again.

EDIT 2: Got a stable OC. Didn't have time to run Prime95 but I did 5 passes of Intel Burn Test on Maximum while I took a shower. If it crashes again I'm going to try changing the Sata cables. Last time my computer was repeatedly crashing I had a bad cable and that actually fixed it.
Edited by piskooooo - 10/20/11 at 3:29pm
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have you fitted the low speed adapter's if am right in saying you should be able adjust the speed from 20000rpm to 16000 rpm by using these.
or you could use an third party fan controler (may be)
Tried them but still too noisy for my tastes. I've ordered a couple of 120mm Akasa Apache Ultra Silent Fans which have PWM control, just going to replace the fans on the A70 with these.
    
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Does anyone know when the Gen3 series are due out? What is the major difference between Z68 and P67?
    
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